is an E-card website.  
Simply click the card you want to send, or click the SEND CARD link below the card and fill out the appropriate boxes and off it goes.  
Your friends can then send one back to you, back and forth all day long until your boss finds out and you get fired.
Tales of the Dying Earth
Posted by iggir in literature 10 years ago
another great series...some sci-fi, some fantasy, some Zork.  
From one classic of the genre to another. Jack Vance's Dying Earth series is set in the distant, remote future when technology and magic have become entwined. His stories are tales of humour, tragedy and whimsy set at the end of human history, and are among the most distinctive tales in fantasy fiction.
The unique and highly accomplished erotic art of Anthony & Fanny Christian.  
Incubus' Choice: The directory of erotic sites (nsfw)
Legends of Zork
Posted by XIV in fun & games 10 years ago
You're a former member of the FrobozzCo International sales force. You've been fired. Times are hard. But there's plenty of opportunities out there for an aspiring adventurer. So you've pitched your tent in the midst of a camp of fellow treasure hunters. You seem to have all drifted to the same place: a white house with a boarded front door.  
My username is Xiv Spew for the record.
Omegle: Talk to Strangers!
Posted by Mac in the wired 10 years ago
Omegle is a brand-new service for meeting new friends. When you use Omegle, we pick another user at random and let you have a one-on-one chat with each other.  
Chats are completely anonymous, although there is nothing to stop you from revealing personal details if you would like.
Never have I seen as many people walk out of a movie as I saw during a Saturday showing of “Watchmen.”  
It’s hard to say exactly when the trickle became an exodus – but maybe a quarter of the theater walked.  
Indeed, it appears this phenomenon is not unique ... An extensive report on described “mass walkouts” of a New York screening; and corey3rd on claims one-third of his audience bolted, too.
Home Grown Evolution
Posted by crataegus in the "other" pile 10 years ago
What follows will be a practical guide to urban homesteading. In our troubled times, it would seem prudent to have a "plan B" in the event our modern conveniences should temporarily cease. Besides, by learning to "DIY", you'll cease to be part of the fat, pathetic, SUV driving, "American Idol" obsessed zombie hordes that plague our once independent nation. Now, We're not some gun-toting libertarian nut-jobs and the tips we suggest will always be in the spirit of neighborly cooperation. They'll be no holing up in bunkers here waiting for some imagined Armageddon. Rather, we'll be casting aside the dependence we all seem to have developed in our fragile (hello Katrina), modern world. Now let's get started.  
One Minute Languages
Posted by dorian in the "other" pile 10 years ago
One Minute Languages will introduce you to a new language from scratch. Each language features ten lessons and each lesson is only a couple of minutes long, so there's no excuse! Join our teachers as they introduce new languages and cover greetings, talking about names, saying you understand or don't understand, counting and making friends.  
Remember, One Minute Language courses are very basic introductions - taster courses which give you a feel for a new language. But even with just a few phrases you can make a great impression on your friends or the people you meet while you're travelling.  
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HammerHead is a simple TR-909-like drum computer program aiming at the dance-scene. You can use it to create perfect Techno loops, Jungle patterns or House beats, but it's also suitable for Hip Hop, Triphop, Rap, Industrial and almost any other music you can think of.  
HammerHead features six separate channels, 29 built-in drum sounds, six complete breakbeats and the possibility to import six samples of your own. You can save your patterns to completely noise-free CD-quality wave files to use them with your sampler, tracker or sequencer program.  
HammerHead is not Shareware, it's Freeware! No frustrating save-disabling, no grayed-out-menu-features, no paying serious money, no annoying messages and most of all no time limit...
Cheat sheets (also known as reference cards, reference sheets, etc.) not only helps you remember things quickly, but can also serve as wall decoration for your workspace.  
In this post, you’ll find 28 excellent, useful cheat sheets in various file formats for Photoshop, Dreamweaver, colors, typography, and other web-design related topics all in one page with pictures of each cheat sheet.  
Includes HTML & XHTML Tag Quick Reference, and HTML/XHTML Character Entity (so now you too can type hearts and diamonds.)  
80's Music Videos
Posted by pneum0nic in the good ol' days 10 years ago
80’s Music Vids is a website collecting music videos from YouTube and other places – the YouTube logo shows on some videos but does not show on every video by far.  
What else can I say? That eighties music is the best music ever?
Utter Nerd: Every MST3K Episode
Posted by FuzzyDave in vices 10 years ago
Matt Freitag has uploaded every episode of Mystery Science 3000 to his blog. They're in avi format. Download em while you can.
Manjula's Kitchen
Posted by bear in just add bacon 10 years ago
Manjula is here to teach you simple and practical recipes that carry out the authenticity of Indian vegetarian cooking.  
For new cooks and cooks new to Indian vegetarian cooking, the combination of video tutorials and written recipes will make it easier for you to understand the fundamentals in cooking Indian dishes. And even experienced chefs will pick up new techniques that will make cooking easier and more flavorful. Indian cooking is not complicated and I will show you creative variations that you can experiment with. Half the fun of cooking is experimenting, so give it a try and make these vegetarian dishes uniquely your own!  
She also has a channel on youtube
A new drug halts the devastating progress of Alzheimer's disease, say British scientists.  
It is said to be more than twice as effective as current treatments.  
A daily capsule of rember, as the drug is known, stops Alzheimer's disease progressing by as much as 81 per cent, according to trial results.  
Patients with the brain disorder had no significant decline in their mental function over a 19-month period.
Many of us have extensive music libraries that go beyond commercially released albums, so let's all share some of the rarer pieces of our respective catalogs.  
[free music]